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Fierce font SVG brush script font

Fierce is bold brush script font (OpenType-SVG), created with acrylic paint on transparency film. This gives it a level of detail that you just can't get with a traditional vector typeface. The paint almost looks a dry brush because you can see each and every stroke.

Brush Script font

It's a big and brash brush script display font, with a slight punk attitude. Would be perfect for posters, packaging, advertising, headlines, branding, signage and anything where you want that urban look and feel.

If this font were a band it would be more The Ramones than Rebecca Black. It's quite shouty like a Friday night out on the town—Partyin', partyin' Fun, fun, fun, fun!

Quick Fierce video demo (warning video is fast and dirty)

Cutting Edge

Like punk, Fierce is also experimental, it only works on Mac Photoshop, Illustrator and a handful of other native Mac applications.

PC users bitmap font works in Photoshop CC2017+

Windows does NOT yet support bitmap fonts, thus you will not see your letters when you install the font. But it does work in Photoshop CC2017+.

Adobe Indesign does not fully support OpenType-SVG bitmap fonts. If you intend on using the font in indesign then please don't its not fully supported.

Non-Mac users you can still use the font but it a different way

If you don't own a Mac computer or your software is too old I've provided high-resolution images for photoshop, so you can still manually compose letterforms inside photoshop. Plus there is the traditional vector typeface included. You can see the traditional vector font in the font preview window at the bottom of this post. It still have a hell of a lot detail.

Want Extra Grunge?

I'm also including my Spray paint splatter set ( Easily add that extra touch of organic energy to the typeface with the transparent png files.

Vector Typeface included

I have also converted the font to a traditional black and white typeface that will work on Windows and Mac in any application.

OpenType SVG includes

  • A-Z uppercase letters (unicase font, it has no lowercase letters)
  • Numbers
  • Punctuation
  • Symbols
  • Marks
  • No support for Western, Central or South Eastern Glyphs

Due to size limitations, it only includes Basic Latin A-Z and has no support for Western, Central or South Eastern European glyphs. As the OpenType-SVG technology evolves I may add support for Western, Central and South Eastern Glyphs—All updates are free.

Traditional vector font includes

  • A-Z uppercase letters
  • Numbers
  • Punctuation
  • Symbols
  • Marks
  • Full support for Western, Central or South Eastern Glyphs

Photoshop font

All the glyphs are included in a single photoshop file, each glyph is approx 1200x1200 pixels at 300 DPI

Please note: OpenType-SVG is a new technology, it only became industry standard in 2016. At the moment colour bitmap fonts will only work on MacOs.

Illustrator CC 2018+ and Photoshop CC 2017+ officially support and display colour fonts. InDesign CC 2018 has got unofficial support. They will work with most Mac native apps like pages, keynote, TextEdit and Safari.

For PC users I have included all the letters as .psd files so you can still use them for your designs. And it also has the traditional vector font that will work anywhere.

Check what is supported at

Font Preview

The preview below is for the vector version of the typeface. CM is unable to show the full-colour font, but you can see all the glyphs in the preview screens.

If you have any questions feel free to message me.


I do weird stuff on instagram that you might be interested in—

  • Fierce White otf (400)
  • Fierce Vector otf (400)
  • Fierce Black otf (900)

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